- The Pasteurization of France
- What can one man accomplish, even a great man and brilliant scientist? Although every town in France has a street named for Pasteur, was he alone able to stop people from spitting, persuade them to dig drains, influence them to undergo vaccination? Pasteur's success depended upon a whole network of forces, including the public hygiene movement, the medical profession (both military physicians and private practitioners), and colonial interests.
- Me pole kunagi olnud modernsed We Have Never Been Modern (in Estonian) (French Edition)
- Bruno Latour´s 'We Have Never Been Modern' shows us that the world view of us - the rational people who have grown up in modernity - is not the only possibility, or not even the most exact of all, but is significantly biased due to some arbitrary cultural decisions that seem natural to us; but actually are not.
- Politics of Nature: How to Bring the Sciences into Democracy
- A major work by one of the more innovative thinkers of our time, Politics of Nature does nothing less than establish the conceptual context for political ecology--transplanting the terms of ecology into more fertile philosophical soil than its proponents have thus far envisioned.
- Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory (Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies)
- Reassembling the Social is a fundamental challenge from one of the world's leading social theorists to how we understand society and the "social".
Born June 22, 1947
1982 - 2006